'If It Can Get To $10, Then I Would Skedaddle,' Jim Cramer Says On This Retail Investor Favorite Down 52% This Year

'If It Can Get To $10, Then I Would Skedaddle,' Jim Cramer Says On This Retail Investor Favorite Down 52% This Year

On CNBC’s "Mad Money Lightning Round," Jim Cramer said Southwestern Energy Co SWN is "too cheap."

When asked about Palantir Technologies Inc. PLTR, he said, "If it can get to $10, then I would skedaddle. I hate to recommend it all the way down here because it’s near the bottom."

Benzinga data shows that analysts agree with Cramer's assessment, giving PLTR an Underpeform consensus rating.

The "Mad Money" host said he is not recommending companies that are losing money, when asked about Riot Blockchain Inc RIOT.

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When asked about Black Knight Inc BKI, Cramer said, "The government is so fickle, I hesitate to recommend any arbitrage situation."

Cramer said Manchester United PLC MANU is not making money. He added, "I have no catalyst, and when I have no catalyst, I just don’t know how to recommend."

When asked about Match Group Inc MTCH, he said, "At $43? Really? I’m not going to recommend a sale of that thing."

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